the only nicholas cage film i can remember watching is that david lynch one
nice nanotech from last year.
Ewan was very sadly found dead recently. He had a very noisy and cavernous techno game boy sound. Love to his friends and family.
atari rave master gwEm with some good old fashioned bleepbloopers
lofi piggy tracker techno
I searched the internet trying to find Prodigy chipmusic covers that weren’t shitty How To Convert Any MIDI File Into 8 Bit style things.
Shout outs to everyone that has covered No Good (Start The Dance).
These come from a few jam sessions I had messing around with GoatTracker Stereo and a delay pedal. Beyond sharing these with a few people, they had been sat on my hard drive a few years. They have now been tidied up, mastered and presented in a more coherent release. Bit Rot seemed like the ideal location for them, thanks to their focus on more abstract works made with old computers and consoles.
A lot of it was made by removing all the percussion and bass from various existing songs, slowing the tempo right down, and drenching the remaining textures in delay to form new abstract soundscapes.
First Ever Album On Sega Mega Drive style hype aside, this is some pretty nice Drexciya style Mega Drive/Genesis techno.
Just a shame there isn’t a digital only version :)
Nice little chip rave mix. Lots of Commodore Amiga and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis stuff.